A press release indicates Holland America Line will launch an online resource in celebration of its 150th anniversary providing an insight into the cruise line’s passenger lists dating back to the 1900s.
Center for Family History and Rotterdam City Archives digitized the cruise line’s passenger logs from 1900 to 1969 over a three-year period.
You can access approximately 150,000 passenger logs and documents from Holland America Line’s online resource from your home. Anyone who has ancestors who may have sailed with Holland America Line during that time period is encouraged to search the database. Several well-known names appear on the list of also.
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